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Comedian Ralphie May tries to turn Indian joke controversy around Comedian Ralphie May tries to turn Indian joke controversy around
The popular comedian offered to use his celebrity to help Indian Country even as he faced continued criticism for an old routine that many found offensive.
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs sends subpoena to leader of EPA Senate Committee on Indian Affairs sends subpoena to leader of EPA
A business meeting to consider the subpoena was canceled after the chairman and vice chairman of the panel exercised their authority to issue the request.
Warm Springs Tribes close timber mill after decades of operation Warm Springs Tribes close timber mill after decades of operation
The Warm Springs Forest Products Industries has been experiencing serious financial issues.
Lending firm accused of stealing $3.5M from Chippewa Cree Tribe Lending firm accused of stealing $3.5M from Chippewa Cree Tribe
The case stems from a long-running investigation into corruption on the Rocky Boy's Reservation in Montana.
Rebecca Benally: Navajos in Utah oppose Bears Ears  monument Rebecca Benally: Navajos in Utah oppose Bears Ears monument
As a Diné/Navajo woman, a resident of San Juan County and Commissioner, I speak in behalf of my constituents – the Grassroots Utah Navajos.
Hopi Tribe and Navajo Nation strive for unity in water rights talks Hopi Tribe and Navajo Nation strive for unity in water rights talks
The tribes have been unable to reach a settlement since the late 1970s but they are pledging to work out their differences on the Little Colorado River in Arizona.
Non-Indian woman spent 9 days lost on Fort Apache Reservation Non-Indian woman spent 9 days lost on Fort Apache Reservation
Tribal, local and state authorities in Arizona rescued 72-year-old Ann Rodgers, who emerged unharmed from her lengthy ordeal.
Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux Tribe to vote on liquor again Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux Tribe to vote on liquor again
The tribal council voted 10 to 6 to conduct a referendum on alcohol sales, possession and use on Pine Ridge Reservation.
Editorial: Oglala Sioux Tribe should allow voting for all members Editorial: Oglala Sioux Tribe should allow voting for all members
Today is one of those days when we scratch our heads and say, 'Where does time go?'
Steve Melendez: Liberty and justice for everyone except Indians Steve Melendez: Liberty and justice for everyone except Indians
I once had a conversation with my brother about how it seemed like every time the Indians try to go into court against the government, they lose.
Native Sun News: Tribes organize against Dakota Access Pipeline Native Sun News: Tribes organize against Dakota Access Pipeline
Some 60 riders mounted horseback on April 1 to ride 25 miles north from the capital of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation to the community of Cannon Ball, where they inaugurated a spirit camp in defiance of the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline.
Steve Russell: GOP goes with scare tactics in mininum wage fight Steve Russell: GOP goes with scare tactics in mininum wage fight
The GOP line is that a minimum wage 'kills jobs.' You know, like Obamacare was supposed to do?

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